Christian Men and How Masculine Norm Conformity is Correlated to Their Religiosity
Herron, Andrew 1984-
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In Canada, many churches are struggling to attract men, not only leadership positions, but to attend church at all (Francis, 2005). In high-school, many students were working through existential questions of their sexuality, self, and faith (king, 2004). Data was collected on a few different demographic information factors that may influence these people in this study. The MNRI-46 is an inventory that considered nine different factors of masculinity; The NIRO considered three different factors of how people can approach and express their faith through religiosity. A Correlational analysis was completed to see the interplay between the different factors.
DegreeMaster of Education (M.Ed.)
DepartmentEducational Psychology and Special Education
ProgramSchool and Counselling Psychology
CommitteeWalker, Tim; Mulnor, Tim; Mousavi
Copyright DateMay 2019
men, masculinity, religion, religiosity, spirituality, NIRO, MNRI-46, Christian, Christianity.